Free Online Business Management Guide


May 20, 2014 Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google+ Featured,Main Blog



Get your free Online Business Management Guide.

Putting your offline business online is a crucial step to growing and maintaining your customer base and your profits.

Few business owners have the skills or the time to keep up with advancing new technology and social interaction of websites, home computers and mobile devices. After all you should be doing what you do best – running your business.

However creating an online presence for your local business is one of the most important things you can now do. Statistics now show that most local businesses are found from web searches so if your business is not showing up in the top search engine results you are loosing customers to your competitors.

This free guide explains the basics of getting your offline business online.

This guide, aimed at small businesses, is a perfect place for you to get started.

No local business can survive today without an online presence.

In fact much more than just an online presence is required.

I can guarantee that your competitors are getting online and getting high results in the search engines, Friends on Facebook, and followers on Twitter.

When local people do local searches they are looking for immediate and local solutions.  If you are not included in Google+ Local directory listings then you will not be seen in the search engines.

These are the very search engines and social media that are driving an ever increasing percentage of buyers.

People are literally “looking online first” before ever coming to your shop, restaurant or service centre.

Did you know that you need to be listed in a multitude of different places?   Google maps, so people can find you, Street view so people can see where you are, and Business view so potential and existing customers can peruse your store before ever leaving their home, while they are at work, or while they are on their way home.

Google now maps floor plans.  Do you have large premises that could use that level of detail?

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